1 small box sugar free butterscotch pudding
1 small container lite or free cool whip, thawed
1 can crushed pineapple in juice
3 apples, I use Gala
Drain pineapple and put in a medium bowl. Sprinkle dry pudding on pineapple and stir until mixed
well. Peel, core and chop apples in bite sized pieces and stir into mixture. Add cool whip and stir well.
By Patti Shatto
Great as dessert or side dish
Do you need gift ideas? This tip is a great way to capture special moments and save
money! Bring a disposable camera when you go apple picking. Take some fun photos
throughout the day (don’t forget, you can pick pumpkins, as well as apples, at most
farms). Print out your favorite pictures of the day as well as your favorite apple recipes
that you enjoy making. Use a hole puncher (one that has a fun shape if you have it) to
punch 3 holes on the left side of each printout. Pull fun colored ribbon through each
hole to keep all the pages together. Your family and friends will appreciate the time and
2 small apples, thinly sliced, red delicious or Gala
Slice apples paper-thin. Line 2 baking sheets with
parchment paper. Place apple slices on baking sheet.
Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top of apples. Bake at
225 degrees until lightly browned about 2 hours turning
over once, and sprinkling the other side. Let cool on
wire rack and serve or place in air tight containers to
use later in lunches or after school snack.
By Christine VanHalder
Thinly sliced seasoned apples baked into thin chips
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 120 minutes
The best time of the year to pick apples is September through mid October. You
can still pick apples towards the end of October, but these apples are considered
“late apples” and might not taste as good in the late season.